The Denim Dom (Siren Publishing Sensations)

The Denim Dom (Siren Publishing Sensations)

by Tymber Dalton


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[Siren Sensations: Erotic Consensual BDSM Romance, M/F, public exhibition, voyeurism, spanking, caning, sex toys, HEA] Who needs leather when you can have denim? A denim Dom, that is. Shayla Pierce dumped her lying ex and moved to Florida to start a job at a magazine. An assignment to write about BDSM leads her to discover a new world and make a slew of new friends, including the sinfully sexy Tony Daniels. She's just not sure she can ever trust again. Tony is used to teaching about BDSM, but he's never trained a submissive he wasn't dating before. After losing hope he'll ever find the perfect submissive for him, Shayla walks into his life and asks him to train her for her series of articles. He knows about her bad breakup and their agreement is supposed to be nothing more than business. But as she raises the ante, he's finding it harder to keep his heart under lock and key. Will Shayla stay a hostage to her past, or allow Tony to become her Denim Dom? ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13: 9781622429172
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Publication date: 04/09/2013
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

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The Denim Dom (Siren Publishing Sensations) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Sandi_F More than 1 year ago
This review is difficult for me. I had to give it 5 stars as everything I judge a book on is there: the story line, character development, enough backstory, emotional involvement as they progress in their relationship. Why do I have a problem? The Dom is a sadist, I have a personal problem with sadists. That should give you an idea how well I think this author writes. Ms. Dalton states in the forward to her book that she is personally involved in the BDSM lifestyle, I really appreciate this insight as I always wonder. It also added to my consideration while reading the book. Anyway, the Dom is not a millionaire, but a manager in a well paid job, one that he keeps his private life separate from, something many of us can identify with. He's had a 'committed' relationship before, it didn't go well, and he knows himself well enough to know he doesn't like, or want, 'drama llamas' in his life, (book's words, but I like the label). He's involved in a club with good friends where he is a DM, sub trainer, & player. Oh, he's also a sadist, and an 'Old School Dom'. The female reporter has just relocated due to an emotional wounding, her former fiance put her in debt due to his addiction to BDSM porn. The porn is very much on her mind when in her first staff meeting her boss asks for story ideas & she blurts out 'kinky sex practices'. She takes on the assignment to learn why her former boyfriend was so enthrall to it, even though the entire idea makes her very uncomfortable. Of course our Dom becomes her sub trainer. During the course of her journey Shay meets, and becomes close friends with, several females who have been involved in the lifestyle for some time, in varying roles, and help to rebuild her trust in people. These women give her the needed perspective of intelligent, independent, secure women who also are subs. This was not only a journey of discovery for Shay, but also for me. It didn't change how I personally feel about sadists, but thanks to Ms. Dalton I understand so much more, about their motivation, and about the receiving partner's, who's not always a pure masochist. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in a more knowledgeable, and less sugar-kink, version of BDSM. My personal dislike with sadists & 'old school' Doms not withstanding, I will be reading the rest of the Suncoast series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very good read which tells Tony's story. However, Ms. Dalton's book The Reluctant Dom is still one of the best BDSM/menage stories ever, and I have read hundreds!
Merlyn0121 More than 1 year ago
In this installment of the Suncoast society we meet Shayla and Tony. Shayla moves to Florida to start over after she dumps her ex. She is assigned to write a story on BDSM she then meets Tony. Who is helping her learn about BDSM. I love that this is Tony's story. I've read this one over and over.
Pam-S More than 1 year ago
The Denim Dom is book 5 in the Suncoast Society series by Tymber Dalton. As always, Ms. Dalton has written a story filled with real-life, everyday characters and their day-to-day lives. This story is full of the dreams, wishes, ambitions, and, of course, the romance each person has been looking for, and the frustrations, obstacles, fears, and complications that lie in their way. Shayla "Shay" Pierce is a 33-year-old reporter who's just uprooted her life in Ohio to move to Sarasota, Florida to escape a humiliating and extremely expensive life-altering disaster. She wants a new start, and she seems to have found it in a new job, new city, and new beginning. As she starts her job at Sunshine Attitude Magazine, she feels like she's made the right decision. The work is far different than that of a reporter at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, but she soon finds she fits in with the team atmosphere. Shay feels like she's finally found her niche. Shortly thereafter, during a team meeting, the subject of doing an article on "kinky sex practices" comes up, with BDSM in particular as the topic of interest. Apparently it's not the first time the magazine has considered this subject. Shay has plenty of reasons to avoid the topic altogether. But when her boss asks her to take on the series of articles, she explains her reasons for not wanting to be involved but why she's so adamantly opposed to the topic altogether. But somehow they come to an agreement. She'll try. Tony Daniels is a long-time Dominant. He works running the computer data center at Asher Insurance, but he's also a long-time member of Venture, the local BDSM club in Sarasota. He's very involved in the club, not in just play but as a volunteer dungeon monitor and teaching classes, among other things. As Shay becomes acquainted with other members of Venture and interviews them for her series, she ends up meeting Tony at the Submission 101 class at Venture. Their immediate attraction surprises both of them. But, the road from the initial attraction to any sort of relationship is far from smooth sailing. The mere fact that Shay's a reporter causes problems. Then Shay's past comes back to haunt her. And Tony has issues of his own. With stumbling blocks and obstructions blocking every step they take, can any of this work in any way? Or will Shay give up, give in to the fears of her past? And will Tony be able to overcome his own doubts about the possibility of any relationship ever working? This is one of Tymber Dalton's best which is really saying something. I've read this book well over a dozen times, and it never gets old. The relationships, not just between Tony and Shay, but the rest of the characters in the book, are real. You could meet these people anywhere and immediately be drawn into their lives. I give it a 5-star recommendation without hesitation. This is an ADULT book. It contains BDSM themes, explicit language, and sexual scenes. If you don't enjoy this genre, PLEASE think hard before buying a book you won't enjoy. There are book synopses and reviews available on Goodreads and all booksellers' websites. PLEASE use these resources AND DON'T LEAVE A NEGATIVE REVIEW WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WON'T ENJOY THE BOOK. IT'S NOT FAIR TO THE AUTHOR! She works extremely hard to provide a quality work product. If you know you'll object to the subject matter before you buy a book, you're doing yourself and the author an extreme disservice. Thanks for reading my review and happy reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love reading about Tony.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book started slow and took several chapters to really get going, for me. Im glad I kept reading, though, because it turned out to be a great story. It didnt have the DEEP emotions of Reluctant Dom (which is good because Im still recovering and needed something lighter), but still had all the good love, angst, and hotttness of a T.D. book.
jessstyle More than 1 year ago
I read this a as follow up to Reluctant Dom and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it, since I was still emotionally recovering from my previous read. I also really learned a TON about the lifestyle through this book. I appreciate when authors take the time to really explain how things in the BDSM world work. The Suncost Society books are a must read for me!
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Loved this book.